If you could sit and have a conversation with the person who knows the most about you; who could teach you about the ways of this world and your importance to it, would you? If you could find out how to be in this world and not be of it, would you want to know? If this sage could tell you how to live this life from your truest self thereby finding joy in all things, would you allow the wisdom? And if this person turns out to be someone you ve known all your life, would it make a difference? Marlon Lindsay was on his way to having it all-a true rags to riches story. A great education, his own company, friends, and family. But something still was not right. He felt his life was a mirage, an illusion. So he started a two year journey of introspection and self-awareness. He traveled; he studied; he meditated. And his consciousness began to shift. Then one morning during meditation, he received a divine inspiration and he wrote Reminder to Self: The Eight Life Principles for Living from Your Truest Self. A few months later he left his company and walked away from a life that was no longer meaningful-and lost everything. With his external world crumbling and humbled by his fall from grace, he thwarted depression by being locked in the wisdom of his own mind for almost three years. He asked the hard questions and was given divine insights that were both personal and universal. He found that the principles are all interconnected and reliant on each other to create the full picture of a life by your own design. Be a fly on the wall, eavesdrop on this remarkably simple exchange and you ll be inspired to embark on your own self-discovery. You will find your way of living from your truest self and that makes all the difference!
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Marlon Hartley Lindsay was born in Seven Miles, a small town outside of Kingston, Jamaica. At the age of 13, Marlon moved with his family to Connecticut. After graduating from high school in Bridgeport, Coonnecticut, Marlon went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Connecticut with a degree in Communication Psychology. Maintaining his educational momentum at UConn, he earned a second Bachelor s degree in another concentration, Psychology, just one year later. Marlon went back to UConn a few years later to earn his Master of Arts in Educational Psychology, as well as completing additional graduate courses from Columbia University and the Wharton School of Business. Marlon s professional career showcases extensive leadership in business development and financial strategy in Hartford s corporate culture, first with Eastman Kodak and then later with his own company which he literally built from the ground up with his partners. In his quest to learn more about himself and how he fit into the world, Marlon traveled extensively, with multiple trips around the United States and the Caribbean islands. His sojourns also spanned the continents to such places as Japan, England, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Switzerland, Germany, Argentina, and Belize. He met strangers on buses, boats, planes and trains but still, he found his purpose at home. The year 2005 was a pivotal one for Marlon. It is the year that he founded EOTO Publishing, EOTO (Each One Teach One) is the parent company to several divisions, one of which is First Time HomeBuyers, a magazine educating first time homebuyers on the process of achieving the American Dream. Marlon has served as Publisher since its inception. In 2005, Marlon also met his life partner Amanda and found a deeper meaning to living. It was one morning in 2005 when the work that he was meant to do was revealed to him. One morning after prayer and meditation he was inspired to write the precepts of his life, Reminder To Self. It came to him fast and it came to him complete. It is the foundation of his current work and his book.
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Book Description EOTO Book Company, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0981762409
Book Description EOTO Book Company, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 981762409
Book Description EOTO Book Company, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 176 pages. 8.10x5.30x0.60 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0981762409